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View larger Tom mining fish in the Green River Formation of WY.

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View larger A cluster of Ammonites from Madagascar.

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View larger Mosasaur Jaws, these are real not manufactured.

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View larger A mini Petrified Wood table

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View larger Didymoceras Ammonite from CO

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View larger Some of our Meg Teeth

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View larger Nice Trilobite!

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View larger An Ammolite Ammonite

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View larger Some Green River Fish

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View larger Kansas Fish Jaw

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View larger Tom with a large dino bone he just dug.

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View larger Tom with an Edmontosaur jaw he just uncovered.

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View larger A close up of the jaw. You can see the grooves where the teeth were.

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View larger A beautiful Crinoid from Germany.

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View larger An Enchodus Skull from the Cretaceous of Kansas

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View larger Various Ammonites

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View larger Beautiful Red Ammolite

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View larger Nice T Rex Tooth

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View larger A large, rare Ammonite on a 24" slab of Walnut

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View larger Eurypterids commonly known as Sea Scorpions. The official fossil of NY.

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View larger A large 33 MYO Turtle from No Dakota About 28" Front to back and hollow!

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View larger Dragonflies and Shrimp from the Jurassic of Solnhofen, Germany

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